How To Choose Low Maintenance Kitchen Cabinets And Countertops

Posted by Central Cabinetry on Mon, Sep 26, 2016

Most people don’t enjoy cleaning and are always looking for ways to simplify their lives or get things done faster. If you could find a way to spend less time cleaning in the kitchen wouldn’t it be worth it? 

There are a host of different surfaces that are prone to collecting dirt and dust in the kitchen. So when it comes to choosing kitchen cabinets and countertop materials it helps to know what materials are easier to maintain and clean.

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Tags: Central Florida Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Countertops, Low Maintenance, Door Styles, Cabinet Care and Cleaning, Countertop Care and Cleaning

Do I Really Need Eco Friendly Kitchen Cabinets?

Posted by Central Cabinetry on Mon, Aug 29, 2016

We hear a lot about eco friendly products, but why are they so important? Does getting eco-friendly kitchen cabinets really matter? Many homeowners are aware of the added benefits from choosing them, but may not realize they also help improve the indoor air quality and reduce the number of toxins they are exposed to. 

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Tags: Eco Friendly Kitchen Cabinets, Sustainability, Central Florida Kitchen Cabinets, Florida Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen Design Tips for a More Social Kitchen

Posted by Central Cabinetry on Fri, Aug 26, 2016

No one likes to be stuck in the kitchen when everyone else is having a good time. It is much more fun to interact with guests and family. There are a few things you can do to make your kitchen more social and place people will naturally congregate and want to spend time together. Part of making your kitchen the heart of the home is creating spots and areas that will heighten the overall social experience.

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Tags: Kitchen Design Tips, Kitchen Seating, Kitchen Layout, Central Florida Kitchen Cabinets

Exploring Kitchen Layouts: The G-Shaped Kitchen

Posted by Central Cabinetry on Thu, Jul 14, 2016

One of the less common kitchen layouts that we don’t see as much of anymore is the G-shaped kitchen. While it is not as common in many of today’s kitchens it is still worth looking at to see if it is right for your current or new construction kitchen. This layout has extra storage, more countertop space, and can even add additional seating options to your current kitchen.

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Tags: Kitchen Layouts, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Storage, Central Florida Kitchen Cabinets, Central Florida kitchen remodel